Wherever you are in the world, we know you are fighting the deadly Coronavirus in your own unique way.
I want to tell you that my team and I stand solidly behind you, with our prayers and best wishes.
We are ready and available to assist you in any manner that we can so that your training is not disrupted. You have to just let us know.
Be safe, be healthy. This too shall pass!
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5. Optimizing L&D During COVID-19: A 5-Point Formula for Success
7. Training Disruption due to COVID-19: Rapid eLearning to the Rescue!
9. 4 Tips for the Quick Development of eLearning Courses During COVID-19
11. Don’t be Limited by the Limitations of Virtual Instructor-led Training
2. 5 Ideas for Successful ILT to Virtual Training Migration
4. Strengthening an ‘Accidental’ Remote Workforce During COVID-19 Times
6. A Tried & Tested Recipe for Successful Virtual Instructor-led Training
8. Outsource eLearning to Avoid Pressing ‘PAUSE’ on Corporate Training
10. Solutions to Top 3 Challenges When Implementing Virtual Training